Ten stargazing events to look forward to this year, the most amazing science photos of 2020, Edmonton’s mysterious Secret Santa, and the creative ways Toronto businesses have been giving back to their communities. This week’s Good News.
Did you miss seeing last week’s rare stargazing phenomenon in person? Never fear—here’s a list of ten incredible celestial events coming up in 2021. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to see everything from a blood moon lunar eclipse to a meteor shower. Mark your calendar!
In a year full of scientific marvels, this collection of the 100 best science photos of 2020 will deepen your appreciation for the natural world. Check it out for some stunning underwater scenes, swirling galaxies, volcanic lightning, and more. We’re one lucky planet.
Here’s a heartwarming holiday mystery from Edmonton: an anonymous “Secret Santa” left hundreds of grocery gift cards on strangers’ doorsteps over the holidays. What an incredible way to make a difference.
Speaking of making a difference, here’s a list of 20 businesses in Toronto that gave back to their communities in 2020– in some very creative ways! Hopefully others will follow their lead.
Awww of the week: this dog is having the best day of his life.
Happy New Year and see you next week!
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